Moonlighting with audio

Given the state of our business it may not surprise you to know that some of us moonlight. Myself, I started a whole new company, Narrative Arts, for a book I am writing.

Then I got the fool notion to do a weekly podcast. Some will be personal in nature, as in personal to me, but most times it will be about telling stories of some kind. Doing this on my own gives me freedom to not stick to Kitsap-based issues.

From time to time, though, the podcast (Technically it is not a podcast yet, because you can’t download it. That’s coming.) will feature local content, in which case it will be an official Kitsap Sun effort.

The first one, which is entirely personal, came out last week. Our editor, David Nelson, thought it would be OK to share it here. So assuming I do get these done once a week, I’ll bring them here, unless the content is not suitable for a family audience. I don’t anticipate that happening.

If this is something you enjoy and would like to see more of from the Kitsap Sun, let us know.

The first episode is about 18 minutes. I might split them up into smaller chunks from now on, creating cliffhangers to suck people back in. They get posted first at Here is the first episode of the Narrative Arts Podcast.

I haven’t been able to figure out how to get the player on this site directly. So to hear the podcast, click here.

One thought on “Moonlighting with audio

  1. …interesting – I liked your story and tried to relate from a girl’s point of view.
    I remember the boys in my young life and didn’t feel strongly about any of them. Your ‘Jane’ must have had powerful feelings about you – she not only ‘hated’ your guts – she hated your ‘guts, guts.’ I’d guess, if you do insist, that the feeling was totally the opposite and her reaction stems from some mysterious young girl thing that you, being a boy, wouldn’t ‘get’ in a million years. Just as well.

    I think you’ll have some fun out of this… tell us about your book…Sharon

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